Bombardier said the first systems for its CSeries aircraft are being developed and tested by suppliers in advance of installation at its "Complete Integrated Aircraft Systems Test Area" in Mirabel, where the company plans to "extensively test" all systems on a "virtual aircraft." "The CIASTA will integrate flight control systems, avionics, hydraulics, electrical and environmental control systems prior to the CSeries aircraft's first flight. It is a ...

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